The Anchovy twin-keel is similar to its sibling - the Anchovy Quad. I start with the Anchovy Quad bottom contour; a panel-roll bottom through a deep single to double concave. However, unlike the Anchovy quad I flatten out the foam between the keels - this allows for easy release without losing drive. A wide swallow tail makes up the rear of the board. Traditionally, the keel fin is for taking the high-line and for long, drawn-out turns. A great addition to your summer quiver.
Fin Setup: Glassed on ply-wood fins or FCS keel fins
Suitable for: Beach, point and reef breaks from 1ft-4ft.